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Imperial Enterprise Lab is here to give students the support they need to innovate and launch new ideas.
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At Imperial Enterprise Lab we’re passionate about inspiring, educating and nurturing the next generation of student innovators and entrepreneurs.

 

Whether you want to launch the next Google, build the next Tesla, tackle a pressing social or environmental challenge, or simply meet new people and develop the skills you need to take an idea and make it happen, we’re here to help you.

From student competitions to speaker events, hackathons, ‘how to’ seminars, mentoring, co-working space and prototyping facilities, we offer all the support you need, free of charge and accessible to everyone.

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Elsewhere in Enterprise Lab

Student Entrepreneur of the Year

Recognising a student entrepreneur who has demonstrated outstanding entrepreneurial qualities.

This could include but not limited to; going from just an idea to having a viable product; having developed their pitching skills or winning an entrepreneurial competition.

To be eligible for the award, the nominated must be a current student or a recent alumnus of the College from the last three years.

Staff Supporter of the Year

Recognising a member of staff who has gone above and beyond to support the student entrepreneurial journey.

Must be a member of staff still employed by the College.

Startup of the Year

Recognising a start-up (team or individual) that has achieved great things in the last year.

Achievements may include but not limited to, taking their idea further from where it was a year ago, raising funding to take the start up to the next level, or winning an entrepreneurial competition.

The startup must have been founded by students in the last three years and must also be incorporated.

News

The latest from the lab

Imperial celebrates five years of pioneering WE Innovate women

TRIK, the Google Maps for structures, has been listed as one of 60 women-led startups shaking up tech across the globe. Pae Natwilai founded TRIK whilst studying at Imperial and grew her idea as part of the 2014-15 WE Innovate cohort.

WE Innovate alumni named in top 60 women shaking up tech

TRIK, the Google Maps for structures, has been listed as one of 60 women-led startups shaking up tech across the globe. Pae Natwilai founded TRIK whilst studying at Imperial and grew her idea as part of the 2014-15 WE Innovate cohort.

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Email: enterprise.lab@imperial.ac.uk

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